Buzzy pitches from rising Nordic talents include Iranian serial killer story and documentary about con man Waleed Ahmed [pictured], once described as the Mark Zuckerberg of Norway.
Goteborg Film Festival’s Nostradamus Project report predicts that audiences will rebel against content that doesn’t reflect diversity.
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Broad Green Pictures producing with Straight Outta Compton’s Matt Alvarez.
Australian filmmaker will award the Palme d’or at the close of the Festival.
More to film reviewing than a 140-character tweet, says Thierry Frémaux.
Period drama stars Downton Abbey’s Hugh Bonneville and The X Files’ Gillian Anderson as Lord and Lady Mountbatten.
The four micro-budget projects will be presented at the 73rd Venice International Film Festival in 2016.
Anomalisa wins Grand Jury Prize; Robert Pattinson-starrer The Childhood Of A Leader wins best debut.
Tom Hooper’s The Danish Girl wins Queer Lion
Venice Days winners also include As I Open My Eyes, Lolo and Arianna.
Iranian filmmaker Mohsen Makhmalbaf has dedicated the Robert Bresson Award to imprisoned Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov.
Hong Kong-based sales company Asian Shadows has picked up world rights (outside Greater China) to Tibetan director Pema Tseden’s Tharlo, which will receive its world premiere in Venice’s Orizzonti section.
Venice Film Market director Pascal Diot has confirmed that Chinese involvement in the event has decreased markedly since last year.
Venice Festival artistic director Alberto Barbera has hailed the success of the Festival’s groundbreaking Biennale College - Cinema programme in nurturing new work from young filmmakers around the world.
The British Film Commission and the BFI hosted their annual get-together in Park City.